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I am going through some hard times and need some help. I hope someone will have time to give me opinion and quick overview of these Davison charts (corrected). This Sunday my relationship of six years was broken. One Davison chart is for me and now my ex-boyfriend and another one is for me and my very good male friend (nothing ever happened but there were always some sympathies). Is there anything special in any of these charts, which has more chances for success?
I am thankful for any opinion!!!
Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2006 5:02 pm Post subject: Davison Relationship charts
I made mistake when adding file Lela-2!
This should work now!
02-16-2006, 02:23 PM
I don't use Davison charts. It always seemed to me the idea of creating a fake "third person" (i.e., having a new time, date, place) seemed strange. Instead I use composite charts, charts created from the midpoint between similar energies in the two people's charts (e.g., the midpoint between each person's Moon). I read that some people relocate the composite chart to indicate where the relationship started, but to me that also does not make sense: when two people meet they meet with their birth energies combining...not their relocation energies combining.
Here are Composite charts! If you have some time, please give comment!
Appreciate your help! :)
02-16-2006, 07:09 PM
Thank you very much for posting the composite charts. As you may know, composite charts are the chart of the relationship itself and so can give insight into how the relationship works as a whole. Composite charts do NOT show issues between the people in the relationship. For this we look at chart synastries to find the easy/challenging energy connections between the two people.
Your 6 year relationship has a strong focus in the 11th house (friends, also rebellion) the "close but not TOO close" house! ;) With Venus (relationships) there as well, indicating that this was a "friendly" relationship. Also the focus is mostly in the "Universal" houses (houses 9-12), which are the houses "beyond" personal and sociable focuses. This could indicate that the relationship focused on "big" issues, and perhaps therefore never "noticed" the personal and interpersonal challenges developing. In addition, Neptune (spirituality, also confusion, deception, idealization) is conjunct (energy is combined with) Ascendant (self), indicating there may be some idealizing in the relationship. This possibility is increased with Neptune sextile (energy goes easily with) Venus.
Looking at the other chart with your friend, this relationship is also focused in the Universal houses, although there is also a focus on both personal (houses 1-4) and a stronger focus on the sociable (houses 5-8 ), missing in the other chart. This brings in an awareness in the relationship of the relationship itself and of the relationships going on around the relationship. Also in this chart Neptune and Venus do not touch, and Neptune is not conjunct the Ascendant so the relationship is less confusing and idealized. This relationship may be, for these reasons, more "self aware" of what it is and what it is not.
I know what you are talking about – I was way too idealistic about my boyfriend (I guess he was about me, too:)) - he is perfect boyfriend, great person and we had best relationship that I know (others who know us also say that we are great couple). It ended overnight, no fights, no arguing, no problems, no cheating ever…Only some different opinions about some big issues in life.
No one can believe that is over, but it is over. I am optimist, life goes on:)!
I am not that idealistic about friend:)! But sometimes I found so many similarities between two of them (at the end they were born at same date, one year difference).
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